The new version of the Fiat Tipo hatchback 2021 model year is on saleMay 3, 2021
Sales of the new version of the Italian hatchback Fiat Tipo 2021 model year will start in the UK.
Fiat has released a new version of the Tipo compact hatchback in the UK. It is called Tipo City Sport and features a redesigned appearance and decent equipment, and the new product is priced at £ 20,695.
It is also worth noting a set of glossy black exterior details – a false radiator grille, side mirror covers and door handles. The car also features 18-inch diamond alloy wheels and ‘Sport’ badges on the front fenders.
The interior of the Tipo City Sport features a leather-covered steering wheel and shift knob with black stitching, a chrome bezel on the steering wheel and chrome inserts on the air vents and handbrake button. Standard equipment also includes full LED headlights with automatic light and LED taillights, a rearview camera, front parking sensors, keyless entry, and electrically adjustable and heated mirrors.
Power is provided by a 1.0-liter petrol engine that develops 100 hp. at 5000 rpm and a torque of 190 Nm at 1500 rpm. It takes 12.0 seconds to accelerate to 100 km / h from a standstill, and the top speed is 191 km / h.
The 2021 Tipo hatchback family starts at £ 17,695 for the entry-level model, followed by the £ 19,695 Life version. Next comes the City Sport trim, which costs a minimum of £ 21,695. The station wagon is offered in two variants, priced from £ 19,195 and £ 21,195, respectively.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that Fiat introduced an updated 2022 Toro pickup based on the Jeep Compass crossover. The Italian automaker has unveiled its new compact Fiat Toro truck. New for the 2022 model year, in fact, is a redesigned version of the small Ram 1000.
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